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26.05.2014

Merger of immigration appeals tribunals in 2015

The Coalition government announced the amalgamation of five Commonwealth merit-review tribunals, including the Migration Review Tribunal, in its 2014–15 budget.[more]


15.01.2014

The Return of Labour Market Testing (LMT)

Just as we reached the 10-year anniversary of the abolition of labour market testing by the Howard Government in July 2003 … it’s back!The reasons why it is back, of course, are more than a little bit complicated by current...[more]

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23.10.2013

New Minister’s vision for Australia’s migration programme

The Minister for Immigration in the new federal government, Scott Morrison MP, has set out his vision for the future of Australia’s migration program.There will be a strong focus on attracting migrants:with the skills and...[more]


10.10.2013

Departmental changes under the new government

The recent change of government at the federal election has brought with it a number of changes to the way immigration policy and programs are administered, not least of which is a new name for the former Department of...[more]


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